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Dec 11, 2012 11:00pm PST
. this is a payback. they were convinced that they have a republican governor or republican house republican senate in michigan and that they were going to deliver this state for mitt romney and obama won it by 9 points. won it big. and they are putting together -- saying how do we stop the democratic party in michigan? by labor. i think there is a bigger picture here. it is not about -- they don't really give a damn about workers. we're talking about dick devos, the billionaires and millionaires of amway. we're talking about you know, different type of people like the koch brothers. they don't care about workers. this is about power. how do we work, weaken the democratic party in michigan so next time, maybe in '16, we can win it. >> jennifer: it is more than michigan right. you're a head of the teamsters. national global union. what's the next front in the battle across the country? you expect this to app elsewhere, i assume. >> they're fighting against everywhere. they're trying to do this in new hampshire. luckily,
Dec 5, 2012 2:00pm PST
for the presidential and lost but we campaigned in the house and we came back at a majority. one last thing to you i would say, remember it was president obama who in july of 2011, july of last year said we can get $1.2 trillion in revenue without raising rates. if the president thought that was the right thing to do last year of again getting additional revenue he said he wants to do, let's see where his numbers are and how he gets this $1.2 trillion. i think there is obviously room for negotiation and there is an opportunity to get this done but i think republicans put forth a very credible planned i think we need to see something in specificity from the president in writing as opposed to what he's doing saying raise -- >> jennifer: ron the republicans have not specified which loopholes to close. they haven't been specific. for the reason we've talked about. they're unpopular. it is upon the burden -- the burden is on the republicans to be specific about what they can have the votes for in terms of which loopholes to close. bu
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